You’ll have to wait a bit longer, PlayStation users.
Darkest Dungeon‘s PlayStation 4 and Vita ports have been delayed until late July or August, Red Hook Studios announced today.
Gameplay adjustments for PlayStation’s controllers are “not a quick process,” the developer said in an update on its site. “We have a level of quality that we want to ensure in all of our releases and we would rather take some extra time to make it right, rather than rush it out the door.”
Additionally, Red Hook wants to ensure its Town Events content works properly with the new platforms. The schedule adjustment will allow “potential future events” to line up with other platforms.
Town Events—the new feature being added to Darkest Dungeon—are expected to deploy in mid to late May for PC. According to the developer, Town Events will “add variety to the overall campaign.” The events will relate to quests, in some cases. Town Events will be patched into the beta branch “before wide release,” but an exact date was not given.
Darkest Dungeon released January 19 for PC. It’s now available on Linux and Mac.
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